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and rescued general motors. we went ahead and made sure we cut taxes for the middle class. in addition to that, when that occurred, what did romney do? romney said, no, let detroit go bankrupt. we moved in and helped people refinance their homes. governor romney said, no, let foreclosures hit the bottom. but it shouldn't be surprising for a guy who says 47% of the american people are unwilling to take responsibility for their lives. my friend recently in a speech in washington said 30% of the american people are takers. these people are my mom and dad, the people i grew up with, my neighbors. they may more effective tax than governor romney pays in his federal income tax. they are elderly people who in fact are living off of social security. they are veterans and people fighting in afghanistan right now who are, quote, not paying any taxes. i've had it up to here with this notion that 47% -- it's about time they take some responsibility here. and instead of signing pledges to grover norquist not to ask the wealthiest among us to contribute to bring back the middle class, they should be signing
economic theory of tax cuts for the very rich, despite the fact that he denied the existence of tax cuts or the existence of math. the notion that let's go to war on wall street -- go to war with "sesame street" but give wall street a big wet kiss. that's exactly what got us into this mess. >> that's not what they saw. i get the interpretation. you have a campaign to win. but what they saw was one guy who seemed to be someone they'd never seen before. he shattered the fiction of the advertising. he was a guy brimming with new ideas and energy. and they saw the president of the united states sleep walking. >> mike, i don't think -- >> let me finish. the tired contrast rang a bell. romney has ideas, and the president has no vision for his second term. and i think that's what hurt him. >> mike, i don't doubt this was someone they had never seen before. i think there were people in the romney campaign who had never seen this candidate. a week ago paul ryan was asked to explain the math of a $4.8 trillion tax cut. and he said i don't have time. mitt romney said we just don't do math. like mat
in florida, he focused on taxes and president obama. >> he will ultimately have to raise taxes on middle income taxes by $4,000 a year. >> reporter: since last week's debate, which romney is widely regarded as having won, both sides argued the other was dishonest. >> he was a little taken aback at the brazenness with which governor romney walked away from so many of the positions on which he's run. >> reporter: their truth war now on tv. >> not telling the truth about mitt romney's tax plan. >> this was dishonest. >> i'm not in favor of a $5 trillion tax cut. >> the governor knows his $5 trillion tax cut isn't too popular, so a few weeks before the election, he's trying to pretend it doesn't exist. >> reporter: president obama at a star-studded fundraising concert in los angeles sunday, heads to san francisco today with romney's poll numbers improving. >> they're looking very good. >> reporter: after the debate, reuters puts mitt romney within two points of the president. tomorrow we'll see both candidates in ohio. there's good reason for that. tomorrow is the last day voters there can r
measures designed to raise taxes to help state schools at the center of a statewide debate. voters decide the outcome of the propositions. the head of the california schools weigheden to nbc bay area. and in the newsroom with more on what he hopes voters will do come november. hello. >> state superintendent tom tolikson wants voters to say yes on both measures. we were able to catch up, in the bay area for grand opening of the delta center. with the election so close, edge kaegs a -- education and the props are on his mind. he knows it can get confusing. measures do similar things. that's the point to provide a major rescue plans for schools. wou without the passage of eithers. schools will face devastating cuts and possibly have to shorten the school year by four weeks. >> it can be confusing. i urge voters to look carefully at votes. i am, the head of education for california, superintendent of schools, and i have looked at them both and i believe their vote will be valuable in restoring billions our schools need. by the way if they both pass -- you are not double taxed. the one with th
? >> this was exactly what we needed to stop us from going off the cliff. >> reporter: can a middle class tax hike be prevented if the wealthy get a tax cut? >> it's not mathematically possible. >> it is mathematically possible. it's been done before. it's precisely what we're proposing. >> it has never been done before. >> reporter: on the style side, biden smiled a lot. ryan, a debate rookie, kept his cool. so did ryan add to the romney momentum or did biden help put the obama campaign back on track? now the pollsters go to work to try to figure that out while voters digest the second of four debates. in danville, kentucky, i'm steve handlesmen, nbc news, lynn, back to you. >>> steve, thanks so much. president obama and mitt romney will have their second debate at hofstra university. well, nbc's andrea mitchell led our truth squad in danville last night with a fact check of the debate. she started with the deadly september 11th attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi and paul ryan accusing the obama administration of not properly protecting u.s. personnel. >> what we should not be doing is reje
on the campaign trail. when it comes to mitt romney's tax plan, president obama insists it's going to grow the budget. romney says it's not true. >> if he says it's not true, then it's not true. okay. >> reporter: in battleground ohio, president obama insists mitt romney's tax cuts will add $5 trillion to the deficit. >> if it's true it's not going to add to the deficit, that leaves only one option, and that's asking middle class families to foot the bill. >> the president's charge of a $5 trillion tax cut is obviously inaccurate and wrong. >> reporter: romney also in ohio mocked the obama campaign's latest ad mocking his plan to cut funding for pbs. >> big bird. big bird. big bird. he's focused on saving big bird is kind of a strange thing in my view because, you see, i'm focused on helping the american people get good jobs. >> reporter: sesame street's now asked the obama campaign to pull the big bird ad, yet there are weightier questions here as congress looks into whether the u.s. was warned of the deadly libya attack. >> twice in the six-month lead-up you had bombings at our compound
crowd and hammered the president on china, job creation, and taxes. >> and then, of course, he says he is going to raise taxes, does any one really think raising taxes on anyone helps get more people to work? the president's plan is status quo. more of the same. he calls it forward. i call it forewarned. >> paul ryan was also in ohio today. ryan told voters, in that manufacturing state that the president's china policies have cost the country manufacturing jobs. >>> now, to our continuing coverage of the giants playoff run. the team back in the bay area. back on the field at at & t park this afternoon preparing for the national league championship series. against the saint loop is cardinals. madison baumgartner will take the hill. coming up in a couple minutes. comcast sports net's amy gutierrez will join us from the park with more on how the team is gearing up. >> stanford football was in the national spot laegt today taking on notre dame. rest raunlts in downtown palo alto were packed as fans gathered to cheer on the cardinals. in the end the fighting irish came out on top, 20-13 in
over the tax plan. it's true it's not going to have the deficit. that leaves one option. that's asking middle class families to foot the bill. >> the president's charge of a $5 trillion tax cut is inaccurate and wrong. meanwhile, the vice presidential debate is scheduled for tomorrow. >>> 2,000 jobs are up for graps today in the south gay. 50 employers were there this event is free and ones until 1:00 this afternoon. good morning. it was an idea that was first announced last mont if you ever wonder what goes on at twitter, you can this friday. you have to register first. you see on the screen in the white part there's the web address. shares in apple recovering after highs. down from a dollar when the iphone 5 first started selling. investors are concerned that apples isn't taking advantage of everything it could sell. but this morning recovering ever so slightly. we're also waiting for the mini ipad. >> he already has the regular one. >> as do you. good morning to you. woe do have very light showers and a little spotty activity over san francisco as well. here is what we're watching.
obama laid out accomplishments like the affordable care act, the repeal of don't ask don't tell, tax cuts for the middle class and jobs creation. he also talked specifically about last week's debate saying mitt romney's facts don't hold up. >> a few nights ago, suddenly a guy pretending to be mitt romney stood on a stage next to me. and said he is his plan. he is just going to pretend it doesn't exist. what $5 trillion tax cut? i don't know anything about a $5 trillion tax cut. don't pay any attention to that tax cut behind the curtain. >> reporter: the crowd did boo at any mention of mitt romney and the president had some advice. he said don't boo, vote. reporting live in san francisco, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. >>> more details of the president's money trail. mr. obama touched down at 1:40 this afternoon at sfo. since then he's raised nearly $4 million. that's a conservative estimate. he health three separate fund-raisers. the first at san francisco's intercontinental hotel where he raised $1 million. a relatively intimate gathering. 25 people who paid $45,000 for time with
medicare and taxes. and these two men, remember, paul ryan and joe biden were on opposite sides of the negotiating table, during the super committee on the failed budget, where they failed to reach agreement. so they have a lot of past history and will air their arguments in public. you will also hear joe biden bring up abortion, because mitt romney said just this week he didn't know of any legislation that he would go after abortion if he was elected. well, he and his team walked that back, but joe biden is going to try to interest women voters. and then, there is benghazi, you know they will go after that, a lot of criticism on the hill, spreading out after the campaign. both of them believe this is a way to get at the president and joe biden, their experience on foreign policy and try to dent their record. >> andrea mitchell, who will have a great seat tonight. thank you. >>> and with us, the moderator, david gregory, nobody ever went back, what happened on your broadcast and said that chris christie is largely right when he sat across from you and said come thursday the enti
>>> on the broadcast tonight, the showdown, biden and ryan, how did it go on taxes, medicare and more? their only face-to-face meeting is in the books now, the post debate is well under way. >>> and dire warning about the u.s. power grid. it could shut down banking and even the flow of water. now there is a new warning about the chance of a massive attack in cyberspace. >>> and behind the scenes, a little known chapter of the american crisis, now shown on the screen and tonight, ben affleck, on why he was drawn to this story. >>> and from the heart, a mother's promise that got millions of moms talking about how to stay in the picture for their kids. >>> good evening, the vice president debate is now history, and while all eyes are on next tuesday's presidential debate and the town hall format, we have learned the eyes of over 50 million americans were on last night's event, a crisply moderated event, rowdy at times, tense at times, between the two men who represented the largest age gap of any debate. paul ryan and joe biden were not at the top of the ticket, but the reviews
and said he's changing his plan. he's just going to pretend it doesn't exist. what $5 trillion tax cut? i don't know anything about a $5 trillion tax cut. don't pay any attention to that tax cut behind the curtain. >> reporter: a new pew research center poll shows that among likely voters, governor romney holds a four-point edge over president obama, 49 to 45%. governor romney is also even with the president among registered voters. they're both tied at 46%. to give you some perspective, just last month, governor romney was trail the president by nine points. such a turnaround after last week's debate. reporting live here at sfo, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, bob. and we do have complete coverage of the president's bay area visit online at nbcbayarea.com, including insider details on the president's private events. >>> and some san francisco voters, possibly inspired by the president's visit, getting a jump on the election. they are casting their ballots this morning for that early voting. this one will run through november 6th. hours are monday through friday, set from 8:0
is trying to neutralize the attack, over his comments regarding 47% of americans not paying income tax. and see themselves as victims. a view he now disavows. >> sometimes you say something completely wrong. >> reporter: only three weeks ago he said the comments were not elegantly stated. now he disavows the comments, perhaps in time for the debate when president obama is expected to be ready for attack. >> thank you. >>> sue herrera has visited us from cnbc headquarters today here in our studios, by the way, the markets reacted in a big way today as job news, stocks closed at the highest level today in nearly five years, as you sue, know, all too well. what does it mean? >> i think it was a good report in one sense in that the economy is continuing to add jobs, but it was not a great report. we need to continue to see better numbers than this. 150 or 200,000 new jobs created for the next few months to get us back to levels of much better employment. it is a start, but not a great report. it is a start but not a good report. >> as we saw in andrea's set-up piece, the combination of the
in the bay area. on a different subject, the president accused romney of proposing a $5 trillion tax cut. the facts that that romney proposed $500 billion in tax cuts for 2015. >>> a huge success tonight for california-based space x with its first commercial launch to the international space station. >> and liftoff. >> the unmanned rocket is carrying a capsule with a thousand pounds of cargo including, listen to this, chak chocolate vanilla swirl ice cream for the three residents. it is scheduled to reach the station on wednesday and docked there three weeks before returning to earth. they are counting 0 them to restock the space station now the space agency retired the shuttle. the company is run by billionaire a cofounder of paypal that runs tesla motors. >>> right now we are talking to rob on the weather and whether it will stay gorgeous like it did this weekend. >> yeah. we did have some beautiful weather. most of the highs inleft hand in the mid-70s. looks like we saved the nicest weather for the big bay area weekend. it is chilly out there. low 50s already in santa rosa. mid-40s by
that tax plan i had for the last two years. you going to believe me or your lying eyes here now, come on. but the focus now, tomorrow's vice presidential showdown >> reporter: but 69-year-old joe biden, and paul ryan, younger, with no experience in such a debate, recalling differences in the matchup. they recalled sarah palin in the 2008 prep. >> instead of it being risky that joe biden is more seasoned and paul ryan is younger, they both have strengths that they bring to this conversation. >> reporter: and paul ryan arrived in kentucky late this evening, brian, greeted by his wife and mother and an enthusiastic crowd. his opponent, vp biden, will arrive there after resting up in his own bed in delaware. >>> and peter alexander starting us off today, our political director and chief white house correspondent, chuck todd is with us from the site of tomorrow night's debate in danville, kentucky, and chuck, set the scene tonight, the advance buzz, this has been called an epic generational debate, of course it takes on more importance given the first debate at the top of the ticket. >> repor
, jamie dimon, also made headlines yesterday, backing democrats on the tax cut debate, saying he's willing to pay a higher individual rate. >>> meanwhile, westgate resort mogul david siegel, best known for his 90,000-square-foot home, warned his 6,500 employees, if president obama is re-elected he'll be forced to downsize or shut down entirely. >>> eastman kodak wants a bankruptcy judge to allow it to end benefits to some 56,000 retirees. >>> on the data front, september foreclosure filings dropped to a five-year low, and home heating oil could be 19% more expensive this winter. >>> according to forbes, columbus, ohio, is the best u.s. city for working moms followed by new orleans, hartford, cincinnati and providence. >>> it is the end of an era for coca-cola. remember these? the last, iconic, 6 1/2-ounce returnable glass bottles rolled off the production line minnesota on tuesday. >>> and finally, a cheesy publicity stunt could earn someone a lot of dough. pizza hut is offering free pizza for life or over $15,000 to anyone willing to stand up and ask either candidate at next week's presid
capital and have cuts in spending that are meaningful and then you have to raise taxes and close loopholes. you have to have all three working in concert to deleverage out of the system we are in. $40 billion makes sense to me. q with e 3 makes sense to me up to a point. i noted in the minutes that i would read from the minutes that if unemployment is above say 6 1/2% and inflation is below 3% you are going to see qe-3 from one month to the next. once you get close to the numbers i think they will shut it down. $40 billion a month will inflate the monetary supply by 15% a year. that's not something we are accustom to seeing. we are deleveraging. at some point inflation creeps in to the process. >>> what about the civil suit that we saw? we saw a civil suit by new york state attorney general against jpmorgapapmorgan chase. they are alleging fraud in the bear sterns business in the sale of mortgage-backed securities in 2008. first, do you think this is a day late and dollar short and is it fair to target jpmorgan chase since they were forced to acquire the company during the financial crisis
and bringing the manufacturing jobs back from overseas or do it like mitt romney, tax breaks for the wealthy and building the economy from the top. >> all right. how much pressure has the first debate put on vice president biden's shoulders tomorrow? >> i look forward to talk watch the vice president tomorrow. he is eager to do it. i guess he will have to be on the toes, and you see what mitt romney did is congressman ryan walk away from the positions he has held in the campaign and give a much, much different and softer image for the american people. >> we will all be watching. thank you, robert gibbs, for your time. reminder to watch the vice presidential debate right here tomorrow at 9:00 p.m. on nbc. >>> and a colorado couple is speaking out for the first time since the disappearance of their 10-year-old daughter. miguel al guerlguerra has more this. >> this morning the family opens up since the police investigation. >> reporter: at a park where she often played, more than 1,000 offered to pray for jessica ridge w ridgeway, the pint-sized 10-year-old seen in this recent video has been mi
just forget to file his taxes for a few years. >> reporter: how many years would he go? >> his record was eight. >> reporter: but then steven's father died, and the bad money manager was suddenly confronted with a windfall. steven inherited nearly $2 million. so now he would have to manage real money. >> he was trying to manage the estate, trying to get things organized, which, for steven, was an almost impossible battle. >> sure. >> reporter: but happily, there was harvey, the ex-banker to help him get the money socked away, a nice, safe tax haven, offshore. >> he said he's helping me with stuff, a retired financial planner and investment banker. >> reporter: just the sort of person i need right now. >> yeah, and boy, this would be a real great help. >> reporter: but that was just business. what really caught steven's imagination was sailing around the world. that is, if the boat ever got finished. >> because every time he turned around, it was a new computer being put in, or new paintings and fireplaces and satellite systems. >> reporter: and two bathrooms and its full kitchen and -
. >> he says anybody working in the united states pays into medicare and pays federal and state taxes and should be entitled to this treatment. >>> okay, pick your players, the gia giants, eagles. >> and even if you're not a sailor, it is still ease to watch america's cup. there is an exclusive look at today's action. >> reporter: hey, thank you, a big weekend here in the bay area also means a big two days of raising the america's world cup series. the fleet racing today saw terry hutchison take a victory, as well as ben ainsley. but the matchup was great work. on a day where we saw natalie coglin riding with new zealand's team, ben ainsley takes the second week of the round two, cup series, we found the most winning skipper supporting the giants into the post season with the fs logo on his boat. and what looked like victory, it was ruled he had not correctly rounded mark four and thus didn't finish. so thus, the swedish team advances to the finals to take on the crew. the final four and the championship finals of match racing set for saturday on the bay. now keep in mind we will have
: the campaign launching a new attack ad. >> this was dishonest. >> i'm not in favor of a $5 billion tax cut. >> reporter: and after romney took aim at sesame street -- >> i'm going to stop the subsidy to pbs, i'm going to stop other things -- i like pbs. i like big bird. >> reporter: big bird stayed way up past his bedtime to appear on "saturday night live." >> do you have any political statement you would like to make? >> no, i don't want to ruffle any feathers. >> reporter: first up here in los angeles, president obama will attend a small fundraiser with former president bill clinton and then he will attend a production at the theater tonight. vice president joe biden is getting ready for thursday night, and it is somewhat in damage control mode. lester? >> we want to turn now to our political director and chief white house correspondent chuck todd. chuck, the debate, the positive numbers we noted potential game changers for both candidates last week, how do you expect they'll try to build off this week? >> they're trying to go on the air using the debate in tv advertisements to try to so
% and against showing his personal taxes. was there a reason obama didn't want 70 million people to know his best case? finally, rematch. will the town hall format of the next debate give barack obama a chance to show greater empathy. and will mitt romney be just as good when people ask the questions? hi, i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. with us today, abc's sam donaldson, nbc's andrea mitchell, msnbc s.e. cupp and joe klein. the new jobs report gives the obama campaign a much-needed assist after the debacle wednesday night in denver. the debate's closing statements told the tale. the president was down and mitt romney was up. >> you know, four years ago we were going through a major crisis, and yet my faith and confidence in the american future is undiminished. >> it's an important election and i'm concerned about america. i'm concerned about the direction america has been taking over the last four years. what kind of america do you want to have for yourself and your children? chris: and the impact wednesday night can be seen at least four ways. first the media consensus, from the l
to stop us from going off the cliff. >> can a middle class tax hike be prevented? >> it's not math matticly possible. >> it is. it's been done before. it's precisely what we're proposing. >> biden smiled a lot. ryan a debate rookie kept his cool. >> did ryan add to the romney momentum or did biden get the obama campaign back on track? now the pollsters go to work, as they try to digest this second debate. from danville, kentucky i'm steve handlesman, nbc bay area news. >>> a heyward girl who disappeared 24 years ago. find out how investigators made that discovery. >>> plus, struggling students losing money to financial aide fees they did not expect. see how some are profiting while others are paying the price. >>> and the space shuttle endeavor on the move again. coming up, we'll show you the trek to get the shuttle to its final destination. >>> and good evening, i'm jeff ranieri. we're seeing the system we've been tracking now for days, finally moving off to the south and taking some of that rainfall with it. we're tracking that and we'll have details on one of the coldest nights
. tonight, we check the bay area's track record and how your tax dollars are spent on keeping people out. >>> and good evening, in the nbc bay area weather center, rain-free at the current moment on the radar, finding mid and high level cloud cover. we'll have showers, the chance of you getting this for saturday, coming up. . >>> half a century after a 93-year-old woman left san jose state university, she finally received the one thing she always wanted. her diploma. the story new at 11:00, and nbc is live at san jose state, so george, what was the hold up all these years? >> reporter: she was told she fell one course short of graduating. she never went back and said she was raising her family from that point on. but 53 years later, san jose decided to look back at her record and discovered indeed, she had enough credits to graduate. so right now, the 93-year-old is proudly holding her new diploma. she waited 53 years for this moment. 93-year-old olive chandler waited this long. for 20 years, starting in 1938, chandler was determined to get her degree in home economics. but life got in t
tax rights by 20%, preserve important preferences for middle class taxpayers. >> not mathematically possible. >> it is mathematically possible, been done before, it is precisely what we are proposing. >> it has never been done. >> it has been done a couple times. >> tax cuts increase growth. >> now you're jack kennedy. >> ronald reagan -- >> reporter: it is a busy day today for three of the four guys on the ticket. mitt romney is on his way from north carolina, in virginia later this evening, he meets up with paul ryan for a big joint event in ohio. joe biden is going to paul ryan's home state of wisconsin. meanwhile, president obama actually has sort of a down day at the white house, though he does have a dinner with a bunch of campaign supporters. matt? >> chuck todd, thank you very much. rachel maddow is the host of msnbc's rachel maddow show. coffee is on me. going s debate, everybody said the goal of joe biden was to steady the ship, calm the nerves on the democratic side. did he do that? >> absolutely. democrats are psyched joe biden had a great night. you said at the top ther
care and federal and estate taxes and should be entitled to treem. among the things he is looking forward to is taking his daughter trick or treating for halloween. >> a lot of claps, the san jose civic has reopened after a $15 million renovation. chuck reed and city leaders head a ribbon cutting. among the upgrades a $1 million video system, a new plush seating. it was paid for by mostly redevelopment funds. >> it means a lot to our downtown businesses and our economy. people come to shows, they dine, may stay overnight so there is a spin-off just very excited. >> one person was missing from this ceremony, entertainer george lopez, organizers said his plane from southern california got delays. >> well, a lot of pressure on this one person. a million people that are descending. going to count on you tomorrow. >> you know, everything depends on what's happening outdoors with the big weekend. we're start of one of them on the deck of a vacant island. this gigantic ship, how about the green powered types of wind powered craft with the america's cup. they have wrapped up their competi
-to-head in their first dae bait. ta >> for 18 months he's been running on this tax plan. now five months before the election he's saying his big, bold idea is never mind. >> mr. president obama, you're entitled to your own airplane and own house, but not the facts. >> i think it's safe to say the president got trounced. it was the ugliest night. >> the president is going to have to stand up and deliver. he still has a big lead in a couple of key states, but that lead will evaporate quickly. >> he has to step it up. before the debate, we had a new nbc news wall street marist poll. the president up eight points among likely voters in ohio but just two points in virginia and statistically tied in virginia. >> as the late great tim russert would say, it comes down to one state for the romney campaign -- ohio, ohio, ohio. >> now, afghanistan is always in our thoughts. but last week, there was a special incredibly disturbing milestone. the total number of u.s. military deaths in the war eclipsed the 2,000 mark. and tomorrow marks the 11th anniversary of the war in afghanistan. 11 years. >> wow. the g
and pays its fair share of taxes. she said the suit was filed to protect the rights of legitimate medical marijuana cases. they and that the seizure be stopped and declared illegal. >>> it may be the fourth largest city in the bay area, but it's number one when it comes to the volume of high-tech startups per capita. we're talking about fremont, an east bay city with 217,000 people says it's booming with jobs on the way. stephanie trong is live in fremont. the city actually says there could be work opportunities not just for a few hundred but tens of thousands of people? >> reporter: that number is right. believe it or not after suffering two major blows in this warm springs area with s solyndra south of where we are and newme, we here about job possibilities. city leaders say it's not the proximity to 680 and 880 infrastructure and the fall silts atracking people as well as the fact b.a.r.t. may be here in 2015. the city could see upwards of 0 30,000 jobs in this area in the near future. the last day at the stevenson business park. >> this area was used to be electrical testing area. >>
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of extra goodies, like tax incentives, years of marketing exclusive ift, but best of all, when you have awe drug that treats an ultra rare often lethal condition with no known cure like alexion does, there's basically no limit on how much you can charge for the thing. after all, what price can you put on a human life? alexion is working hard to answer that question because solaris may be the single most expensive drug on earth. a year of treatment can cost more than a half a million dollars. that's why even though not very many people have the blood disorder, solaris is already a billion dollar drug, and at the end of last year it got fda approval for an extremely rare kidney disease that can be deadly. ever since solaris got fda approval back in 7dz, it has been beating the street's expectation. how big could the drug be? for pnh solaris could be $2 billion in sales around the world. this kidney disease could mean an additional $900 million in sales, and plus a treatment for a number of other diseases, and the data on each of these are pretty darn good. altogether they could be worth as mu
all, an architect in many ways, the conservative thought on budget, taxes and spending. >> all right, david gregory, chuck todd, thank you. i know we'll all be up late tonight. you can watch the vice presidential debate, 9:00 eastern, 6:00 pacific on nbc. >>> let's get to other stories making headlines this morning, for that, we go over to the news desk and say good morning to natalie. >> good morning, everyone. now to the disturbing news out of colorado. police have recovered a body near the home of jessica ridgeway. miguel, good morning. >> reporter: natalie, good morning. police released few details late last night. they would not confirm the age or even the gender of the body that was recovered, answers they hope to be able to release later today. the body was discovered in a rural, open area, a location dotted with abandoned coal mine shafts. investigators spent hours at the crime scene wednesday and wednesday night, released few details. >> the body was discovered near the patridge park open space in the city of arvada. at this time, we're unable to make any connection to the d
of prostitution, tax evasion, theft, and privacy violation. >> she has a son that she's caring for and for whom she's tried to make life as normal as possible. and like wise, the individuals who are on this alleged list have the same issue. >> reporter: an attorney representing two of the accused clients filed an injunction and lost to keep police from releasing the names, but an appeal is pending. >> the mere naming of them -- again, once the horse is out of the barn, the damage is done. >> reporter: court documents revealed details of the investigation, including hours of secretly recorded video of sexual encounters and video of multiple sexual activities between wright and her business partner mark strong. she's charged with 59 counts of promoting prostitution and privacy violation. his attorney says strong is innocent. >> they're inside the studio and she was naked. but that is not a crime under maine law, nor is it prostitution. >> reporter: the case has drawn national attention, much like other high profile prostitution cases, from the soccer mom madam, to new york former governor eliot s
stamps. >> why is it if you take advantage of a tax break and you're a corporation, you're a smart business man. if you take advantage of something you need not to be hungry, you're a moocher. >> reporter: they sparred over health care. >> free market failed. >> you can have government regulation of it, just don't have them run it was be insaid but over the snail's pace of the livestream. after paying $4.95, thousands moved to facebook to complain. >> thank you for coming out to see us. >> reporter: after the debate o'riley and stewart apologized for the technical glitches and offered refunds and then in a show of surprising and unprecedented restraint, no victory dance around the ring. >> i don't think you can look at these things, you know, of this idea it's a match and there's a winner and the winner takes all. >> the display that you saw tonight is why america is america, you know. robust, creative, no holds barred. >> get off. >> reporter: half of the proceeds of that event will be going to various charities chosen by o'riley and stewart. one historical note here, savannah gut
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